Celebrating South Australian Craft
Southern Providore is your gateway to a truly South Australian experience. We pay homage to the artisans whose passion and persistence creates world class produce.
Handcrafted and humble – Southern Providore pays homage to the farmers markets, the early settlers and grape growers, the small town bakeries and the roadside stalls where delicious produce is a direct result of passion and persistence.
Experience the local flavour. Savour our world-renowned produce. Develop a taste for the South Australian way of life.
Just an hour and a half from Adelaide, the secluded Clare Valley is an enchanting journey. Behind every corner, there is a new discovery.
Wind your way through a cluster of villages and wineries, nestled in a picturesque valley.
Marvel at the patchwork of pristine farmland, admire the elegant rows of vines and be inspired by the natural beauty of the region.
Life in the Clare Valley is truly entwined with the vine. The region boasts more than forty wineries, some operating out of farm sheds and rustic buildings. It’s a region where wine blends effortlessly with history, art, food, relaxation and even exercise.
Inspired by the great producers of Bordeaux the Taylor family established their family estate by Wakefield River in Clare Valley on the same day Neil Armstrong lands on the moon. The unique combination of geography, geology and climate results in terroir that produces world class wines. We think Bill Taylor Senior made a great decision all those years ago. Raise your glass!
Why Three Seahorses?
When Bill Taylor Snr digs for a dam to secure water for the vines he discovers tiny seahorses in the limestone bedrock. A great reminder these ancient soils once lay at the bottom of an ocean 600 million years ago and an ode to three generations of a great family business
We acknowledge all First Peoples of this Land and celebrate their enduring connections to Country, Culture, Knowledge, Story and Spiritual beliefs. We pay our respects to Ancestors and Elders past and present, and those that watch over us and guide us on our journey. We acknowledge the past, present and future Custodians and Elders of this Nation and their relationship with their Country, we acknowledge and respect that these beliefs are still as important to the living First Nations Peoples of Australia today.